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Fostering Respect

Hackney Foster Carers' Council

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The Hackney Foster Carers' Council Podcast explores the way the Care System treats foster carers and what this means for the national crisis in recruitment and retention.
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In this episode I embrace joy, laughter and self-expression. Share poetry I've written. Although not a mental health professional, content are true accounts of my personal caregiving journey. Carers Caress is a testiment to the resilience found in a care giving role, bringing personal growth. Reminding all of the importance for self- care.
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Carers Together

North Lanarkshire Carers Together

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A podcast by carers for carers from North Lanarkshire Carers Together. We bring unpaid carers and the people supporting them together to talk about the issues most important to them. From sharing on the realities of life as an unpaid carer to calling for change and highlighting carers’ rights, join us to hear more on the hot topics affecting carers now.
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Meet people with disability from across Queensland, and discover their stories, achievements and contributions to their communities. We’re talking to people with disability doing innovative things and reaching for the stars in sport, business, the arts, and every aspect of life. You’ll hear from the inner city, our major regional centres, and our state’s rural areas. Join us as we celebrate Queenslanders with disability and work towards improving access and inclusion for everyone, of all abi ...
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This podcast is dedicated to talking to experts and others about all aspects of death and dying. You know, that thing we don't really want to talk about! As a hospice carer and former psychiatric nurse as well as writer and former Theatre director, I invite guests to talk about their roles in and what to expect in the last four weeks of life. What happens to the person dying, what help is there, what to do before and after the event. Many of the families we go in to see have one thing in com ...
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The perfect podcast for skin care professionals who want to learn more about how to make it in the industry, hear from industry leaders, get one-on-one interviews from your favorite skin care brand creators with the latest dish of news in the industry, and so much more! With a new topic every episode, this podcast has it all for skin care pros who want to go skin deep!
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Tune in to Carer Catalysts - a podcast connecting innovators for unpaid carers. There's a sense of hope bubbling away in the world of carer support. There's a hope that right now we're bringing new, exciting, innovative solutions that could be truly transformative - helping us all to care, and thrive. But innovation is no mean feat. That's why we've been speaking with the people who are catalysing the change. These are leaders in carer support whose journeys and experiences have brought them ...
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This series has been developed for New Zealand’s army of unpaid family carers who are looking after a loved one who is dying. Developed by the specialist palliative team at Otago Community Hospice and supported by Hospice New Zealand, the series provides reliable advice and information for carers.
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Voices of Fostering

National Fostering Group

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Voices of Fostering brought to you by National Fostering Group. Everyone’s life takes a different path. As children and young people decisions can be made for us that shape our lives forever – whether for good or bad. As adults, we have the opportunity to make our own choices. And what we choose can have a positive impact on us and the world around us. Particularly if one of those choices is fostering. When you listen to the stories of children and young people whose lives have been touched ...
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To provide adult carers (parents, grandparents and other carers) with information, guidance and support, tips, and links to resources to help support young people online – particularly when they are exposed to cyberbullying.
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DemTalks

The Alzheimer Society of Ireland

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DemTalks, Our Stories, Our Voices, Series One. Created by The Alzheimer Society of Ireland and proudly sponsored by Hidden Hearing DemTalks, Our Stories, Our Voices is a podcast series by The Alzheimer Society of Ireland. Series One is produced by the Dementia Carers Campaign Network (DCCN) and is dedicated to amplifying the voices of family carers and supporters of people living with dementia. The DCCN is an advocacy group of people who have experience caring for or supporting someone livin ...
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for someone else is a podcast series exploring the world of carers. Each podcast varies in time but speaks to a different carer about their caring situation and how they cope. This is a project that is not only a podcast but also a visual website visit : http://www.forsomeoneelse.co.uk
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EPIC conversations, led by peer support crew members Madeleine and Roberta, identifies challenges often faced by parents and teens in crisis. These conversations will offer insights, strategies and resources to empower parents and carers to better support their teenager and themselves. Each episode will address issues of risky/life threatening behaviours or mental health challenges, and will introduce a guest speaker with experience dealing with teens in crisis including school student suppo ...
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This podcast is about Sia’s daily life which includes producing music, making beats, recording videos, inventing new gadgets, recommending new movies and tv shows she likes, make-up she loves, dealing with her personal development and being a carer for her parents. It's a full on life!
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Parent and Carers Council (PACC) Shropshire host a monthly look into what's new in Shropshire's Special Educational Needs and Disability community. Discussing the issues our SEND community are wanting to know more about and deep diving into a specific topic, service, or area of need each month with guests. There will be a Q&A opportunity for our SEND community to ask questions of our guests each month too.This podcast is a conversational style podcast which explores the challenging and compl ...
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Our podcast series is dedicated to exploring topics related to adoption, fostering and kinship care. We invite children’s social care professionals and experts by experience to join us to share best practices, their experiences and knowledge.
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You share extraordinary stories | Inspire with your cancer fightbacks | You give practical hope with your expertise and experiences Listen now to this podcast from the Louth Run For Life charity.
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The SoulFlow Experience

Ebony Davis-Martin

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***Become a patron at SOULFLOW.PODBEAN.COM to unlock more than 80+ episodes of encourage, support, strength, and guidance to help you get through each day!!!*** Hello! My name is E’bon’aire (ee-bon-yair). I‘m an Autism Mompreneur Coach: Transforming Overwhelm to Inner Peace of Mind!!! RENEWED Strength for a RENEWED You! We‘re TRANSFORMING Overwhelm into Inner Peace of Mind! You ARE Worthy AND WORTH it!!! www.SoulFlow.page I am a wife and mother of three adult children! My youngest is 22 year ...
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Have a menopause question? You’ll find the answers here. Join me, GP and Menopause Specialist Dr Louise Newson, for the definitive perimenopause and menopause podcast. Each week I’m joined by a special guest for the lowdown on the latest research and treatments, bust myths and share inspirational stories. This podcast is brought to you by the Newson Health Group, which has clinics across the UK dedicated to providing personalised perimenopause and menopause care for all women. It funds cutti ...
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A show where I talk candidly about Dementia and Alzheimers. I've been caring for my parents who "both" have Alzheimer's / Dementia. All whilst living 165 miles away from them too! I share what I've seen and experienced, from my own personal perspective. This is a journey that none of us carers ask to be on, however we find ourselves on this journey and each and with every ounce of our hearts, each day, each and every one of us are doing our absolute best. For every carer and person with Alzh ...
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Are you a Psychologist struggling to stay on top of your paperwork? Missing out on weekends playing catch up? You are not alone!! I am a psychologist, a mum, a wife, a carer, and business owner, and can assure you I hear the frustration. I have worked hard to develop hacks, and time savers purely from necessity, and LOVE helping psychs get their days under control.. You are welcome to join me in our safe and supportive clinical community where we talk hacks, ask questions.. and support each ...
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André and Velrita are doing this podcast, to raise awareness of the realities of being a carer for a loved one and living with a rare misunderstood chronic condition. Who knew that becoming a mother for the first time, twenty-seven years ago would be one of the best experiences of her life? no matter how rewarding it was, she knew it would not be easy especially as a single mother. So, imagine one day, when your child is only four years and has a stroke. Without any warning, overnight both o ...
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The Good Mood Clinic Podcast

Gemma Gladstone and Justine Corry

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A Psychology and Schema Therapy Podcast by Drs Justine Corry and Gemma Gladstone from the Good Mood Clinic in Sydney, Australia. In this podcast, two clinical psychologists take an in-depth look at the common issues their clients bring to therapy and offer listeners new ways to think about their own lives and the people around them. With a mixture of conversations, meditations, case studies and interviews, these two experienced psychologists bring you plenty to think about and loads of valua ...
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Beyond Diagnosis helps women over 40, who are not getting the solutions or outcomes they're seeking from traditional medical care. We raise awareness of Functional, Integrative, Alternative, Life and Wellness, and Mindset professionals and what they offer, so you can speak up and make confident informed decisions, whilst fostering autonomy for your health. By subscribing, you will gain access to content for people who have long-term health concerns and connect with Functional, Wellbeing and ...
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE Publications for Palliative Medicine & Chronic Care. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
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Are you a parent or a carer of children and wondering how you can best navigate the challenges of COVID-19? Parenting in the age of coronavirus is a new podcast from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, supported by Medibank. Child health experts will discuss the challenges parents are facing, and explore how you can best support yourself and your children so they can continue to learn, thrive and develop. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and tell your ...
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The official FIEC podcast, where you'll hear discussions and interviews on church leadership, theology, and current affairs from the FIEC Ministry Team and guests. The Fellowship of Independent Evangelical (FIEC) is a fellowship of Independent churches with members of the family across England, Scotland and Wales. Our mission is to see those Independent churches working together to reach Britain for Christ. Being part of FIEC links you to a growing number of Independent evangelical churches ...
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"The Spectrum Connection" is a heartfelt and informative podcast that focuses on the experiences of Jess and Alyce, two mums with neurodivergent children. They share personal stories, insights, and advice to support other parents on a similar journey. The podcast covers a range of topics, including daily challenges and breakthrough moments, with the goal of promoting understanding and celebration of neurodivergence.
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Welcome to the ’Create Your Kindspace’ podcast, with me your host Caroline Laurenson. Create Your Kindspace is all about wellbeing and the different ways in which we care for ourselves and those around us. We’re here to offer companionship and practical tips to brighten your day. We’ll delve into the concept of kind spaces, chatting with an inspiring mix of people from across tech, wellness, and entrepreneurship. Let’s learn together and sprinkle some much needed kindness in the world. So, t ...
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Welcome to the Send Parenting Podcast. I'm your neurodiverse host, Dr Olivia Kessel, and, more importantly, I am a mother to my wonderfully neurodivergent daughter, Alexandra, who really inspired this podcast. As a veteran in navigating the world of neurodiversity in a UK education system, I have uncovered a wealth of misinformation, alongside many answers and solutions that were never taught to me in medical school or in any of the parenting handbooks. Each week on this podcast, I will be b ...
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Voices of Care

Newcross Healthcare

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Newcross Healthcare presents Voices of Care, a new podcast series hosted by healthcare market expert Suhail Mirza to discuss the issues, challenges and opportunities facing health and social care in the UK today. We are delighted to welcome wisdom and insight from leaders in NHS, private healthcare and from across social care: Sir David Nicholson, Dr Jane Townson, Professor Martin Green, Roisin Fallon-Williams and many more. Among other things, we’ll be debating how we can enable the workfor ...
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Hope with Depression

Neil Long/ Lynn Crilly

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This is a podcast to support the release of Lynn Crilly's new book Hope with Depression. More than promoting a book, we are promoting a timely, very necessary life affirming and needed message.Too many innocent people suffer with this debilitating condition, and we want to contribute to the solution in any way we can. This is an easy to listen, entertaining and welcoming podcast, the whole point is you are NOT alone! A must listen for anyone that suffers from depression or if you are a carer ...
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On November 16th, 2023, organisations from all over the world are proclaiming a worldwide day for action. Join host Lena Winzer as she introduces the concept of ‘intergenerational fairness’ and the organisations championing the Intergenerational Fairness Day! Every three months an episode will be released, in which challenges to an intergenerationally fair world are introduced and discussed. The first episode releases on 16/11/2023 and is produced by Lena Winzer and Svenja Klöckner.
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In this podcast, director of Grandparents Victoria and Kinship Carers Victoria Ann McLeish speaks with Trevor Cobbold, national convener of Save our Schools. Before retiring, Trevor was an economist with the Australian Government’s Productivity Commission and its predecessors for over 30 years. Trevor talks us through the economic and structural in…
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Money Box can reveal that the government is recouping more than £250m pounds from over 100,000 carers who it says broke the earnings rule and should have lost their carer's allowance. The numbers came from a Parliamentary Question this week asked by the chair of the work and pensions select committee, Twice as many women as men are being chased for…
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This episode features Richard Keagan-Bull (Faculty of Health, Science, Social Care and Education, School of Nursing, Allied and Public Health, Kingston University London, London, UK). What is already known about the topic? Deaths of people with intellectual disabilities are often unanticipated, unplanned for and poorly managed. Service providers in…
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Meat delay was foreseen, fortnightly bins working, crackdown on harbour pollution, Carers Week highlights challenges & TT's Dean Harrison sorry for speeding. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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The UK General Election is full swing and promises are being made by politicians and parties right, left, and centre. However, what really matters in government is delivery, especially for those who need it most. So as we head into Carer's week, we take a look at the policy landscape and lived reality of carers in Wales with our special guests:Jo P…
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This episode your host Alexis reminds us to keep belief in our self whilst navigating lifes challenges. Listeners are encouraged to trust the strength in your abilities. Carer's Caress affirms hosts romantic spirit and own experiences. Everyone struggles at times in their journey of self discovery. I wish this episode is of comfort to you, no matte…
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Sir Ed Davey, Leader of the Liberal Democrats and MP for Kingston and Surbiton, features on this episode of #VoicesofCare. Alongside host, Suhail Mirza, Sir Ed discusses his personal connection to care, the pressing need for long-term social care reforms, the Liberal Democrats’ vision for transforming social care, and the challenge of tackling the …
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There is a national crisis in the recruitment and retention of foster carers, so we want to begin some difficult conversations about how the system treats foster carers and present a vision for a more respectful, supportive and collaborative way of working. For six weeks, a small group of Hackney foster carers and connected carers participated in a…
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Subscribe to out YouTube Channel for our new video content: www.youtube.com/@OPKPOD -- In this episode Joey interviews Stuart, our first 'proper' guest, a Foster Carer, SGO Parent and all round very interesting guy. Andy also congratulates Joey on his epic Fantasy Football win and we share some big podcast news! -- You can find more about Fatimah W…
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What are the financial issues that you will be considering when you decide how to cast your vote in the General Election in July?Research shows that the economy and inflation are two big issues on our minds - we'll hear from some potential voters on what they'd like to see. New figures from UK Finance, which represents banks and other finance firms…
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Ronaldsway bottom of the class, British Irish Council here today, Food and Drink Festival cancellation, six more drug suppliers gaoled & tennis tournament in Castletown. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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How can we lead fairly when one group has a majority of power? Why are church buildings in Scotland being sold off? How does Rory McIlroy's marriage reflect the gospel? In this episode of In:Dependence, Phil Topham (FIEC Executive Director), John Stevens (FIEC National Director), and Adrian Reynolds (FIEC Head of National Ministries) discuss the ne…
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Send us a Text Message. In some cases, you can still foster while working full-time, as is the case for Andrew, a single carer who continues to work. In this episode of the Voices of Fostering Podcast, Andrew shares his experience as a foster carer over the past year. He discusses how he has managed to balance his job with fostering and talks about…
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Send us a Text Message. Get the Free Guide on Breaking the toxic ties of Narcissistic parents Welcome to another episode of The Good Mood Clinic Podcast! Schema Circle Membership - Join Now! In this episode Gemma discusses what puts people at risk of having narcissistic friends. What are some of the schemas that play a role in this? What can you do…
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Pay for the healthcare you want, sewage in Laxey Bay is "disrespectful", the Cooils of Ballagawne Farm win conservation award, win Operation Nightjar nabs nine, & Parish Walk painkiller advice. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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A surprise general election brings with it temptations to grumble and divide. How can we help our churches to think "Christianly" about the election as they come to vote? How can we keep unity even when our political opinions may differ? On this episode of In:Dependence, Adrian Reynolds (FIEC Head of National Ministries) is joined by Simon Calver (…
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This week, the Aesthetic Report welcomes DERMASCOPE ambassador, owner of Queen City Beauty Group + Wellness, and founder of The Skin Barrier Academy, Nichelle Mosley, L.E. Tune in as her and host Michelle D'Allaird Brenner get into WholePerson wellness, the importance of comprehensive education and sustainable skin care solutions, and the many obst…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode we delve into Ayurvedic and holistic skincare with Amayra Morales, and learn how to achieve radiant skin through nourishing practices Amayra Morales is a Ayurvedic Health Coach helping people understand why their skin is out of balance at the root cause She empowers women to see their kitchen as their pharmac…
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"Schools too valuable to close", Bus Vannin carried 225k in TT, electric pet collar debate, Leg Co election change recommended & Captain Carter on his MBE. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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Liverpool Ferry Terminal "open this month", gas price should go down, 31 new home in Andreas, Edge would have closed schools & police warn about Happy Valley incidents. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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We are excited to share the latest addition to our resources aimed at supporting practitioners to work with children and young people and their online life. Developed by Dr. Vicki Walker from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and Jane Poore, our Adoption Consultant, these materials will be released over the next 12-18 months. Dive i…
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Connected Carer Andrew Most carers report feeling isolated, particularly in the first two years of fostering. This is even more pronounced for connected carers, who are not signed up to fostering associations until the approval process is completed, even though they are looking after the children from the outset. Sometimes, the approval process for…
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About 28 million people in the UK are thought to be living with chronic pain – that’s 43% of the population, according to the 2011 Census. But what is chronic pain, and how can it overlap with the perimenopause and menopause? In this week’s episode Dr Louise is joined by Dr Deepak Ravindran, a consultant in pain medicine and author of The Pain-Free…
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Episode 78 Teaching our children to swim is a vital part of preparing our children for the wider world, but for neurodivergent children it can be an uphill struggle. How can we make the world of water can be friendly and safe for children who don't fit the typical mould? This week we are joined Nicole Martin from Core Aquatics who has dedicated her…
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Eight primary schools won't be closing, Ramsey boundary extension rejected, Dot Tilbury on Sir Mark Cavendish & Cervical Cancer Awareness Week. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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It's Mental Health Awareness Week. In this episode Andy and Joey have a chat about Mental Health, how it has affected them and discuss the challenges of protecting your mental health when parenting and caring for others. Please follow our new Facebook page! : https://www.facebook.com/people/Other-Peoples-Kids-Podcast/61561025723669/ Find Mental Hea…
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In this video/podcast Director of Kinship Carers Victoria, Anne McLeish, and lawyer Fleur Ward talk about the complex and vexed issue of family reunification for carer families. They speak in detail about the reunification provisions in the Children, Youth and Families Act (Vic) and how the current one-size-fits-all foundation of these provisions c…
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Send us a Text Message. What if facing unimaginable loss could inspire unprecedented hope? Join us as we welcome Richard and Nikki Bowdidge, parents of the founder of a life-changing charity, a charity born from the heartbreak of their son Tom's cancer journey. Hear their compelling story of transforming grief into action, raising £1.7 million over…
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Participants in this episode: Triona Keane – Member of the Dementia Carers Campaign Network. Triona is originally from Cork but now lives in Dublin with her husband. Triona’s Dad, John, was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia in May 2022. John was cared for at home by his loving wife, his sons and his daughter, with his brothers and sister also provi…
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It's time again! Welcome to the fourth episode of the Intergenerational Fairness Day Podcast coming June 16th! Join us as we discuss the likelihood of extinction through nuclear war, the fallout, its effects including a nuclear winter, as well as efforts and strategies for prevention and disarmament in Episode 4: Nuclear Weapons: The Ultimate Exist…
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As listeners of the pod will know, during major events on Britain we like to fire up the Blanchsignal and invite New Hampshire's & Wales's very own Professor Danny Blanchflower to join us to chew over the latest news.And with the UK General Election now in full swing and the UK economy still largely swinging downwards, we have plenty to talk about.…
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Future of Corrin Memorial Home, £4m extra for CAMHS, electrifying the crematorium, expect increase in illness, Braddan Roundhouse latest & TT 2025 schedule announced. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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How can we help those in our churches to flourish as they live as believers in an age of technology? How can leaders set an example in their living with technology? In this episode of In:Dependence, Adrian Reynolds (FIEC Head of National Ministries) is joined by Nathan Weston (Moorlands Church, Lancaster) to discuss technology, its effect on our li…
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Send us a Text Message. Join MindBody Practitioner and Holistic Healing Coach Trace Miller, founder of Innate Wisdom: Transformational Healing, as she reveals the neuroscience behind MindBody Syndrome. Discover how evidence-backed mind-body practices can empower you to overcome chronic pain and reclaim your life. Trace Miller MindBody Practitioner …
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Douglas dilapidated properties will now pay rates, Steam Packet respond to freight costs, TT team boss in court, finance sector combatting terrorist financing, triathletes wanted & 'Poor Little Jurby'. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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This month's hot topic is one that has been slowly taking center stage in aesthetics: whether beauty services have become exclusively a luxury. Curious what the DERMASCOPE in-house aesthetician team thinks? Tune in as Elizabeth Brasher, Lauren Farmer, and Lonice Stoker, take a nuanced look at the topic, including why beauty services are priced the …
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Dr Ian Gargan, CEO of the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), and Pooja Rupalia-Seyani, Analytics Manager at PHIN, feature on this episode of the Voices of Care podcast. Alongside host Suhail Mirza, Dr Ian and Pooja discuss the importance of data in healthcare, the need for collaboration between the NHS and the private acute sector, and …
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Crogga Gas Field latest, Bishop's vote could go, Registrar General on Adverse Possession, Assisted Dying legislation & farming struggles continue. It’s Update with Andy Wint #iom #news #manxradioBy Manx Radio
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